I need a laptop that will handle games

  Graystorm 21:56 27 Aug 2007
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Due to the need for space I will be saying goodbye to my PC. Hence the need for a laptop that can also handle the latest games.
At first I looked at Zoostorm but after reading the reviews I'm not willing to gamble my budget of £1200. I like the look of the Samsung M60 from laptops direct.
Any advice would be appreciated

  Whitehart 22:03 27 Aug 2007

click here

This company seem to be highly recommended in the forums.

  tammer 22:20 27 Aug 2007

The usual answer here is that someone chimes in with "why do you want a laptop to play games on when a desktop is more upgradeable blah blah blah" - so hopefully we can spare Graystorm that on this occasion (and no offence was intended).

I would have recommended an Evesham as I've been gaming on one for the last 2 years but the company seems to be in a little difficulty. I've seen Toshiba laptops recommended in a few places, and some of them are gorgeous to look at too.

For example:

click here

  citadel 23:21 27 Aug 2007

one with a go 7950 and 2g of ram.

  Graystorm 23:47 27 Aug 2007

Thats the one citadel. Any good?

  Holty001 13:08 28 Aug 2007

I bought a laptop from Laptops Direct in June and have nothing but trouble with it. The aftersales service is shocking and the delay with fixing it was 3 weeks!
I would never buy from these jockers again!!

  Probabilitydrive 13:20 28 Aug 2007

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